I had a super visit to South Stack on Anglesey a week or so ago. It was a good time to go as it was late in the season, and the fledglings had left the nest, so there were a lot of birds to see, both mature and this year’s young. Lots of puffins of all ages – well lots for South Stack, there’s never a lot of them there because there isn’t enough pockets of soil for a lot of them to dig burrows in. Also rows and rows of guillemots, standing shoulder to shoulder along narrow ledges as they do, the Red Army of the bird world perhaps. After mulling this over for a little while on my return home, I sprang into paint, and here are two completed Guillemot pictures, more in the pipeline. In September they will be exhibited in Galeri Betws y Coed, so see them there if you’re in the vicinity! Lots of other super things there also. It will be part of the Helfa Gelf Open Studios Event, which takes place on 4 weekends in September across North Wales. Above is the link to my studio, Ladder Store Studios, Llandudno, where you can come and meet me and my colleagues! Check the link for our opening times.